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Coal. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887

Coal. Messrs. 1.. CI. Humharn St Co. make an announcement today which Is of special Interest to users of coal. You will not fall to read It, and to art promptly. Mr. Ansel Xavier has opened ft large and conveniently arranged paint-shop at 416 Main street. Mr. Xtivier is welt known as a first-class workman. He inteuds to make carriage painting a specialty Agents wanted to handlo the Boss Heater furnace, manufactured hy Fulger & Dupont, West Souiorvllle.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887

SPRUC^FRAMES. WE ABE PREPARED TO FURNIBH Bouse Frames hc/SRims at Short Notice. OUR FACILITIES ARE UHSURPASSED, As these Frames come by rail exclusively. O-ZEO- "W- 0-A.XjE, 336 Main Street, Cambridgeport. Ansel Xavier, CARRIAGE PAINTER, 410 Main St., oppnalte Cherry. OKIIKKB PROMPTLY AT K.MIBII TO. Work done in a satisfactory manner and at a reasonable price. M. F. TRACY & 80H, Planing and Moulding MILL. MANUFAOTCRERo OF DOORS, BABHE3, DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES. Kiln-dried I.umher for Sale: Piue. Walnut, Ash, Cherry, Oak ami Whitewooii. Also Spruce, Ham I'ltie, Ash, Birch and link Flooring c.instantly on hand. Mill. 14 HojlKtwi SI., (Batlbrldge. J. SEWELL ft CO., CARPENTERS, BUILDERS AND JOBBERS, Crescent Aye., .North Cambridge. •ISO. SKWKI.I-. KI-WI). HKWRI.L. (II AM. 8. ADAHH, N. H. .lobbing promptly attended to and Hatisfaotlon gaeranteed. LUHBBB roK HAi.K. R. J. NOURSE, CAS PIPING. Thorough Work for Low Price*. Shop (tmHemenl), Corner of Harvard and Holyoko SttoiU, und...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887

North Cambridge Baal Batata A«;eiiry. Established 1»7». FOR SALE. A Dumber or lew-priced Houses, with modern conveniences, <>n easy terms. TO LKT.-A Houso In Old Cambridge. Price, 117 per month. Apply to M.L.WALTON, Bank Building, North Cambridge. HOUSE TO LET. No. 1 Cleveland atreeti Juat finished. Con. tains eight rooms and bath-room, hot and cold water, range, furnace, cemented cellar, laundry, and gas fixtures. All ready for oocupancy. Kent, $35 and water tax. __ • ■ _ „ Also, several desirable BUILDING LOTS, 2600 to 0000 square feet. A pply to R.,1. MELLEDGE, IJ6 Brattle St, FOR SALE, HOUSE No. 883 Main Street, Cambridge. Contains 16 rooms, stands hlfih and has extensive views, including the hills in Itoxbury, Brookllne, Brighton and Watertown, also Blue Hills In Milton. The lot contains 8700 square feet. Will be sold on easy terms of payment and at a very reasonable price for an estate so desirable. Apply at bouse after 5 P. M. E. B. WEIXH. TO LET WITH RO...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887

PAPER HANGINGS, PAINTS, ARTISTS' MATERIALS, Varnishes, Oils, Brushes, Window Class. fry Pull lines of the above, In new and fresh goods, oan be found at the ■tore of the undersigned. FIBST-OLASS WOEK SOLICITED AUD SATIBFAOTIOH GUARANTEED. HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, KALSOMINING, AND INTERIOR DECORATING. W. J. EDWARDS, 16 AND 22 BOYLBTON ST., HARVARD SQ., CAMBRIDGE. SHOl" 18. STOKE 88. "T~Ta~ carl a " coruw j& have a And Guarantees Satisfaction. 7 * * ROOf. Being will] a. F. PEAK for eight years (ilurinij tlie A. Foreman), I am well recommended liy Carpenters, —__—{ Bulldeis and Architects. Your pairouage solicited. Mill Street, foot Holyoke, Cambridge, E. W. EM ERSON, GRAINING ttUUoJb lAlillJtlit. HANGING, 211 North Avenue, North Cambridge. a> ■> ——- Estimates Furnished. Residence-Broadway and Clarendon Avenue, West SomervMle. PITCHBU; G RAILROAD LUMBER YARDS, ' J. SEWELL & CO., Crescent Avenue, off Walden Street, pkopkiktors...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887

J. J. BHEDD, House Painter, Grainer AND GLAZIER. Shop— Norih At*. Eesldenee—4 Whits Street. The Beat tWork done under my own •anerviaton In every case. KELLIE & CROZIER, H *°EtJ PAINTERS, 436 Main Street, Cambridgeport. ])RUP UK A POSTAL. E. L. PERRY, House Painting, PAPER HANGING anil FRESCOING, 3 Sargent St., North Cambridge. Can refer to some or the beat people In Ward S, for whom I have worked. (JEO. 0. DANFORTH, House PAIIYTIIVG, Graining, Glazing, Whitening, Kaliomining, Tinting and Paper Hanging. Shop, No. S Palmer St., Cambridge. pORREST & PRINCE, Painting, GRAINING and GLAZING. KaUomlnlnir, Whitening and Tinting. 400 Harvard Street, near Harvard 50..,) Cambridge. |yOrdcrs for jobbing of all kinds sent by mall or left at the shop will be promptly attended to, and neatly done. JOHN H. FORUKST JAMES A. FBIMCK. ALFRED D. MACCANN, FKESCOER, Interior PaintenMn Hardwood Polisher, OFFICE, HHHIDKM X, 82 Chapman Flaoe, I 110 Hampshire Street, Boston. (Room 6.)...

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Cambridge Lodges. Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887

Cambridge Lodges. Notes. Equity Lodge No. 23, X. and L. of H„ elected officers last evening. Ponomah Tribe No. 9, Improved Order of Red Men, elected new officers last evening. There will be initiatory work at Prospect Lodge, Knights of Honor, next Tuesday evening. Cambridge Lodge, I. O. O. F., worked the second degree on five candidates Tuesday evening. Mt. Slnal Lodge No. 160,1. O. O. F., put two candidates through the third degree Thursday evening. District Justice Allen visited the Hyde Park branch of the Order ol the Iron Uall Wednesday evening. Cambridge Council, Home Circle, Initiated one candidate Thursday evening, after which a collatian was served. A branch of the Sisterhood of Iron Hall is soon to be instituted in connection with Branch 360 of Harvard square. Three applicants from "Auld Scotia" were initiated by Clan Mackintosh, Order of Scottish Clans, on Friday evening of last week. Garfield Council, Order of United Fellowship, will entertain visitors from Boston next Mo...

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The Temperance Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887

The Temperance Orders. Unity Temple of Honor No. 18 has added ten new pillars to the temple since May 1. The picnic of the Temperance Brigade will be held at Lake Walden on Friday, July 1. This includes the Cambridge juvenile unions. Tomorrow evening the Rev. Mr. Grant of Faulkner will address the Cambridge Temperance Reform Association in Temple liall at 7.30 o'clock. Mr. James Hicks, P. W. C. T. of Unity Temple of Honor, of this city, has been elected grand worthy vice templar of the Grand Temple of Massachusetts. The Loyal Temperance Legion (Juvenile Temperance Union) will give an entertainment of recitations and songs in the vestry of the First Univcrsalist church, Lafayette square, on Tuesday even : ng next, at 7..'X) o'clock. Admission small. There will be a union picnic of the Grand Temple of Honor, Grand Division, Sons of Temperance, and the Right Worthy Lodge of Good Templars at Lake Walden on July 10. All members of the order will please take notice, and attend, as a good ...

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Military and Grand Army Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887

Military and Grand Army Notes. Miss M. It. Jones will cater for Companies 11 anil C, Fifth Regiment, while in camp. William 11. Smart Relief Corps No. 27 will give an ire cream paity and entertainment at its hall July 11). Massachusetts is to receive $11,003 of tho 1400,000 appropriated by the last Congress to provide arms and equipment for tho militia of the various Stales. Hey. Mr. Harrows, chaplain of the Fifth Regiment, will visit the City Guard at the armory Monday evening, and talk .to the members on the pleasures of a week at camp when properly taken advantage, of. All members should attend. Relief Corps No. 2 received a new member Monday evening. Tho corps voted to attend in a body the anniversary exercises of Post !s<l next Monday evening. Tho meetings on the fourth Wednesday In July and August will be omitted. The Carson City Guard Rifle Team, In a contest against a California team, Juno 12, scored f>4o out of a possible 000 points at 200 yards. It wa...

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Visit to Waverley. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887

Visit to Waverley. Several members of Women's Belief Corps No. 27 celebrated the Seventeenth by a picnic visit to Past President Mrs. 11. A. Scrauton, at her residence in Waverley. Leaving Cambridge by an early train, tho party, on arriving at the depot, was most cordially received by the hostess, who conducted them across the fields to the house. The day was perfect, and.the time was agreeably occupied until noon in going over the house and about the grounds, the situation of which, though retired, Is delightful. Dinner was served in true picnic style under the trees. After dinner, a walk was proposed lo visit the famous Waverley Oaks, a short distance from the bouse. These trees were ostlmated by the late Professor Agasslz to be fully eight hundred years old, and are well worth a visit. The party visited a frpsy camp near by and then returned, upper was afterwards partaken of and the friends left for their homes, all highly pleased at the courtesies of Mr. and Mrs. Scranton.

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Military Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887

Military Rifle Shooting. The City Guard privates' team started from the armory In Brattle square, on the morning of the 17th, intending to shoot against four company rifle teams during the day—Companies D and F, Eighth Beglment, at Lynn in the forenoon, and U and X, Eighth Regiment, at Salem in the afternoon. At Lynn, Company D was on band and was quickly defeated, and the boys started for Salem, where both Salem companies wore met and vanquished. The shooting during the day was very good. In tho evening tho City Guard team was entertained by members of Company I of Lynn at their armory The scores in the several shoots were as follows: At Lynn Rifle range, Saugus Meadows, 10 A. M.: COMPANY 11, I 11-111 Rl.olMKN'r. Private Mason 4 3 4 3 4 4 4-26 " Lounsburv 3 3 3 3 9 4 4—2 ft Clsrk 4 3 4 4 4 3 3-2S " Henderson ft 4 S 2 0 3 2-21 ." Chlttlck 3 2 0 2 3 2 3-lft Total 112 COMTANY », KIOIITII HKOIMKNT. Private Page 3 3 ft 3 ft 3 S-27 " Oreen 3 3 4 32 3 4—22 Maxwell 3 0 2 3 ft 3 4-20 " Wlth...

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Police Matrons. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887

Police Matrons. The following named ladies have been selected as police matrons: Mrs. S. !•'. Kugg, for District One; Mrs. Charles Gw, for District Two, and Mrs. Steams, for District Three. They will enter upon tl.'ir duties next Monday.

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In the Open. Base-Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887

In the Open. Base-Ball. The Cambridge T. M. C. A. team defeated the Waltuams at Waltham, June 17, by a score of 6 to S. TheFeltons defeated the Y. M. C. A. team Wednesday afternoon on Cambridge Common by the score of 17 to 10. Last Saturday the Junior Y. M. C. A. team defeated a picked team at the Charlesriver Baptist picnic at Lily Point Grove, Waltham, the score being 23 to 14. The Oxfords of North Cambridge defeated the Waverleys, at Waverley, June 17, by tho score of 23 to 20, and tbe Actives of Cambridgeport on the common, June 18, by the score of 23 to 13. They will play the Everetts at Everett this afternoon. The game al Lexington this afternoon between the Lexingtons and the Cambridge Y. M. C. A. team will be largely attended by Cambridge people. An excursion Is being arranged by the reception committee, which will leave the association building at one o'clock. The Cambrldgo V.'M. C. A. team played its second league game with the Chelsoas on the grounds of the latter club, l...

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Cycling. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887

Cycling. The Cambridgeport club Is In search of more spacious quarters for its club room. The club is rapidly increasing its membership. A large attendance of the members of the Cambridge club is desired for the run to Cobb's Tavern, Sharon, tomorrow. The start will be made promptly at 10 A. M. from the club-house. Ten members of the Cambridge Bicycle Club made tbe run to Echo Bridge, Newton, last Sunday. Tho ride was thoroughly enjoyed. This is a large club and larger representations on tbe occasion of regular club runs ought to lie secured. William T. Boop, Joseph Holmes, Frank E. Carman, and Edward C. Ilirueon of the Cambridgeport club will endeavor to ride to Worcester and return tomorrow, a distance of ninety mill's. The ambulance corps will please take stations along the road. If the Waltham Ramblers really desire to test the merits of their riders in a road race with tbe Cambridgeport club, It would be a good idea for them to put it iv writing in the shape of a challenge inst...

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On the Water. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887

On the Water. John Teenier is at tlie ltiverside boat house, where lv; is puttiiifv on tlie Finishing touclu'S for his rares on tlie Charles river July 4. He Is rowing In a new shell lately built for him by Davy. A grand union picnic by tho Bradford anil lilversiilc boat clubs will bo hehl at Lake Walden, tVttgtttt 24. There will be single and fnur-oareil working-boat races open to the world; base-ball match, open to clubs of Middlesex County; tug of war for championship of Cambridge, ami a double scull lap-streak race open only to members of the clubs. Tho Riverside Boat Club ll arranging for a complimentary banquet to be tendered the winning crew In the senior four-oared race which was so handsomely won by them June 17. Il will take place at Austin Hall, M 4 Main street, Cambridgeport, Monday evening. Ills Honor Mayor Hussell and many other dignitaries havo been invited, and a right royal reception will be given the boys. Following are sketches of the men who held seats in the Riv...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887

By FRANK T. WAKE, AUOTIONEBR, oiTcoN» ■:n Washington street, Boston. Household Furniture, Steinway Grand Piano, Library of Ohoice and Valuable Books, he, at Auction. Will be sold ut public auction, at the residence of Miss J. M. Stone, No. 81 North Avenue. CRiuhrMfte. <>v Tiiesday, .lunn KH, 1887. at 10 o'clock A. M., all the furniture contained lv said house, son* tilting In part of ltlack Walnut,Chestnut,and I'lne OhamberHets, Carpets, Heililltifr, Extension IHnlng Table, Hockcrs, Hmtllnlns and Common chilis; alio Crockery, .llass and Wonden Wnre, FCltcber) Km 3 'arved RoTOlflOg Klnner Staid*, Frenoh Plate IMer <llas*. Steinway I'iauo (Sqi.are (Irani!) Ttt octaves, cost I6TO, f« K<'(>'l order; MftfbtQ Htatue ot Sliakspeare, tine Kutiravlnu*, PIOtHM, Ac.; valuable oollMUOn of Honks, eon*l*tluK in part or Henry Wilson's Works (genuine Autognph Kditlon), )>l<kens' enmplete Works (Clloho K.ni i m I, Shakspi'a...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887

It is the Fashion Now POIt I.AIMKH TO WKAK CENTEMERI GLOVES, Fashion, RlpgAnro and Kiononiy Are thus combined, as the prices quoted below will prove. Beat quality Colored Kid, 3 Button, $1.10. " " " " 6 " $1.35. " Suede, 6 " $1.26. " " 8 " $1.60. SEE OUR PRICE LIST. ■old ONLY at No. 1 West St., Boston.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887

COR PLEASURE AND HEALTH * * * IN VACATION. Cycling is Unequalled. J®sSswll VI/Ml, c t t • J§||||§|l Columbia, CONSTITUTE the majority of American riders of firstclass machines. Have ridden around the world. Hold World's Records from 1-2 to 24 miles, inclusive. Have never been able to wear out their machines in 10 years of hard usage. Prfhp A/ffcf Cn 7 ? <St„ Boston. J. VJSV IV *J&- *-"*/., Illustrated Catalogue Free. / // » n, 11 \n » si *Sc3r / 0 F, "* ' «N» , Mie Auu I >ml ItM ■ 4 • / M JA- ' • I —™ —k '. i V i rjf V\, >_ j, , J-, w-> f J «w»*. *fI •» mr T " A *' 71 " . / / . Xi *TIJ »"-J •"* J «»• Jaw J erne c l* // /-" ' r>< Tyf *f « i • 1 » ' • / A-—— f i '£/}■■- | '■««-'-«—^—-— / * V I " nr '~**~-*.eilZ] tf ' I II I swss. «.*»»»■ i" 1 '*** J t ll UZZ. — uao 1 .a i , 1 • I . £ n HltliW av.wvf. . »+*IJe,lH7 AT THE COL. MEACHAM ESTATE. The above cut represents lome of the most desirable bouse lots in So...

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